From Themis Klarides <[email protected]>
Subject Parents Know What’s Best for THEIR Children 👏
Date July 7, 2022 11:30 AM
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In the past year, I’ve met a lot of parents...

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Parents know what's best for their children–NOT Nancy Pelosi and Dick Blumenthal. ( [link removed] )

John -

In the past year, *I’ve met a lot of parents*.

Parents, grandparents, foster parents, legal guardians, etc., they’re all saying the same thing: *they know and want what’s best for their children* ( [link removed] ) , but the government keeps getting in the way.

More and more, elected officials, government bureaucrats, and special interests seek to dictate
education and healthcare decisions for our kids – *asking parents to take a back seat* ( [link removed] ).

Is that okay with you? No it's not! ( [link removed] )

I’ll ask you this: does Dick Blumenthal sit with your children and help them do math homework at the kitchen table? Are Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi your primary care physicians? *Of course not!*

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So why are they making decisions for us? Elected officials have a responsibility to *protect local control* and *honor the rights of parents*. Parents deserve options – with education, our taxpayer dollars should follow the child and zip-codes shouldn’t determine the quality of education our children receive.

As your Senator, ** *I will always fight for Connecticut families* ( [link removed] ) ** and will support measures that allow parents to make choices for their own children. *Bureaucrats like Dick Blumenthal* have no business making healthcare and education decisions for us.

Thank you so much for your continued support.

Themis Klarides

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